NJ protesters against Trump natl’ emergency plans

Protesters against President Trump’s decision to declare a national emergency on the US-Mexico border gathered Monday in Newark as part of a nationwide campaign by the non-profit advocacy group MoveOn.org. As many as 250 events were expected. (Feb. 18)

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Nivola’s predestined role in ‘Sopranos’ prequel

(10 Jan 2019) At an event celebrating the 20th anniversary of “The Sopranos,” actor Alessandro Nivola reveals who he’ll be playing in the much anticipated movie prequel, “The Many Saints of Newark,” and how landing the role was meant to be. (Jan. 10)

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Newark Has Lead In The Water, And Residents Say The City Lied To Them (HBO)

When Newark announced it was handing out 40,000 filters to residents believed to be at risk of high lead levels in their water, it came as a surprise to some. This was in October, and for more than a year, the city of 285,000 people had said Newark’s water was “absolutely safe to drink,” while robocalls to residents assured them their water was not contaminated.

The city’s messages did include an important caveat: that “the only high lead readings were taken inside older one- and two-family homes that have lead pipes leading from the city’s pure water into those homes.” But the clarifications usually came after messaging touting the water’s safety. For many residents, some of whom didn’t know what a lead service line was and whether their homes and buildings had one or not, the caveat wasn’t the message that stuck.

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Newark mayor defends actions in city water crisis

(8 Nov 2018) The mayor of New Jersey’s largest city is denouncing comparisons between high lead levels in his city’s water and the recent crisis in Flint, Michigan. (Nov. 8)

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N.J. Police Resuscitate Drowning Child

Two police officers pulled an unconscious toddler from a backyard swimming pool in Newark and revived the child. They gave the girl first aid and cleared her airway before she was brought to a hospital where she was treated and released. (July 10)

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Driving While Black (Trailer)

A forthcoming report conducted by law students from Seton Hall University concludes that racial profiling and targeting of non-residents in traffic stops is occurring in Bloomfield, a majority-white municipality which borders Newark, New Jersey. While the study found that a disproportionate number of black and Latino drivers, most of whom were passing through town, were issued tickets in October 2015, the Bloomfield Police Department maintains that race is not a factor.

VICE News reports from Bloomfield, New Jersey.

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On The Line: Charlie LeDuff Discusses Inequality in America

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It wasn’t too long ago that American power and the wealth of the nation was created by cities like Baltimore, Detroit, and Newark. Now, as wealth has been concentrated among the elite, these and many American cities are in decline. Infrastructure is crumbling, the middle class is struggling, and the effects of urban poverty are becoming harder to ignore.

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This Week On The Line (Trailer): Charlie LeDuff Discusses Inequality in America

On Thursday at 12pm EDT VICE News contributor Charlie LeDuff (https://twitter.com/charlieleduff) will join On The Line to discuss wealth inequality in America.

It wasn’t too long ago that American power and the wealth of the nation was created by cities like Baltimore, Detroit, and Newark. Now, as wealth has been concentrated among the elite, these and many American cities are in decline. Infrastructure is crumbling, the middle class is struggling, and the effects of urban poverty are becoming harder to ignore.

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